Lainya County Commissioner Is Dead
Lainya County Commissioner, Tereka Sadaraka has passed away today at Juba Medical Complex in Juba.
By Peter Lokale Nakimangole
TORIT, 31 August 2012 [Gurtong] –The late had been undergoing treatment for hepatitis for the last eight months.
The burial arrangements will be announced later.
01/09/2012, 4:30 AM
- Posted by Ater Guem
My condolences to the family of late Tereka for his early departure to the second world may God seat him on his right hand and blessed his family and relatives. It’s sad to hear the bad news all the time from our beloved country. He will be missed by his family and friends and his county department because he was doing a great job. Personally I do not know him, but he is a Southern Sudanese fellow man and who ever took responsibility to serve his people is not an easy task bear in mind that we are been faced by many challenges in today world. The living is as hard as we could see in the South. But I put my blame to our government why, because they didn’t priorities the development by dividing it to the needs and wants. For the needs are the thing that must be done first, secondly the wants comes after and so on. Moreover the development is not and an easy thing to do in a short time, also not everyone task. The roles should be divided for who is capable to do what, when, where, how, and why. Because I think the development word has been misinterpreted in South Sudan government. The government need to renovate old hospitals facilities, so the medical personnel could do their job in a professional manner if they lack training let them be trained. If they need medical equipment let them go to China and buy the equipment’s from there and give the doctors incentives so their work look attractive and they could do their work as a happy human been. I lived in Australia and all our goods come from China and this is a first world, the myth we grow up with that made in England or Germany or Japan has gone long time ago, wakeup people from your sleeping. My people attitude has become like those people we heard in the story of cave people who wonder in the forest and found a cave and said to themselves let’s have a rest and they went for sleep for one thousand years and when they woke up they found everything had change around them. So let’s catch up with the rest of the world we start from where the technology let us not dowel on the past too much and distract ourselves from the real issues faced by our people in the South. Secondly, the road infrastructure and clean drinking water because clean water will cut our medical bills; if you drink clean water you are healthy enough to overcome sickness and thirdly education. If our government did only the first two things the third will be much easier because a healthy brain is in a healthy body, but if you are sick all the time you will not be able to concentrate in the class or in your job. Thank you guys for reading mu comments and I have to cut short cause I have other things to do today. Thank you